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"The Obama administration has released a report saying that health reform will save 5 billion in the Medicare program over 10 years." All while the number of Medicare patients will grow exponentially. Under Section 3021, "Establishment of Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation," the Secretary of HHS "shall adjust the payments made to an eligible safety net hospital system or network from a fee-for-service payment structure to a global capitated payment model." [H.R.3590 p.205] Going from a Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement system that pays fees for each service provided to a system that has a cap on payments made for all services provided to a patient is one of the most significant changes to Medicare ever made and will certainly result in drastic changes.Some people are frightened by these changes, changes that seem to be imposed upon society without the approval of the majority of citizens.They question the wisdom of abandoning the traditional values that formed the foundation for American life.The generous benefits of Medicare over the past are going to be phased out selectively to streamline the program and make it more "efficient." The idea that the future Medicare will be like what we've had till now is quite mistaken and those that trust in the promises being made by either party need to wake up to the realities.Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has said, "telling America's aging population that its entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare will survive without significant changes is dishonest." The debate about the health care reform law or other proposals are important, but like some demonstrations of illusion and "magic," you never see what's really happening.Copyright Ron Panzer 2011-2013 HTML/web version Published by Hospice Patients Alliance, Inc. XIII - A Purpose In My Life and Yours True Reform that Protects Citizens Reforming Government: Rebuilding America Hospice Life Association: Respecting Life at the End-of-Life Pro-life Healthcare Alliance: Renewing Reverence for Life Acknowledgements About the Author What Others Have to Say Fair Use Notice There are numerous books about the history of euthanasia and eugenics proposals in our society. It offers a rare glimpse from my experience within the end-of-life industry, my work as a patient advocate, and includes the revelations of hundreds and hundreds of people as they have recounted it to me. Shank Street, NE Rockford, MI 49341 For more information: Tel. This book explains how we got where we are today and provides statements by many of our nation's leaders in health care, government and patient advocacy, that taken altogether form the pieces of the puzzle that reveal what has been hidden from the American public for decades: stealth euthanasia is being practiced throughout the United States and elsewhere.
It controls how much the providers are paid, and by deciding to pay providers less than service costs and capping total costs paid out, it is driving some physicians to leave the field and will discourage the young from entering the field.Those on Medicare and Medicaid are already on a government-run plan and are experiencing the effects of decisions made by unelected bureaucrats in Washington, DC.We need to remember that Medicare passed into law in 1965 and is nominally a "voluntary" program.Misdirection and skill fool all except those trained in the art.
While we focus on the public debate, drastic changes are being made quietly without fanfare. R.3590) has already modified how Medicare will be run.616-866-9127 This book is also available in the following E-book versions: PDF version through Regnow/Digital River NOOK E-book file through Barnes & Noble KINDLE E-book file through Dedication Introduction I - Trends in American Society This Thing Called Hospice Three Hospice Giants The Hospice Interdisciplinary Team Approach to End-of-Life Care Volunteer, Nonprofit and For-profit Hospice Corporations "Palliative Care" & Its Approach to End-of-Life Care Transitions in Business II - Hospice Today The Business of Hospice Why Hospice is a "Protected" Industry Good and Bad Hospices Hospice Reimbursement: Is it a problem? I have many friends within the hospice industry who confirm what I recount here in this book, so I urge you to read through to the very end, as you have never heard all that I am about to share with you. Some of it will trouble you, but all of it will affect what happens to you, your family and our society in the days to come.